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Research & Innovation

With the end of the most recent stay-at-home order and the move to Step 1 of the provincial Reopening Roadmap on June 11th, Temerty Medicine, in consultation with the University and partner hospital research institutes, has increased campus-based research activities to 65% lab occupant capacity as of June 9th, 2021.

In the face of a continuously evolving situation, we know we must remain agile and responsive. Please ensure that all relevant information is disseminated to applicable research team members and that the University’s guidance is followed. Faculty members have a responsibility to their staff, trainees, and research participants to stay informed of the current institutional protocols:




For Principal Investigators

An FAQ for PIs returning to research
Commonly asked questions about scheduling and supplies.

For All Research Personnel

An FAQ for researchers
Commonly asked questions about protocols and working space.

What's New in Research Funding

Keeping You Up to Date
We are pleased to assist the research community in identifying potential sources of funding.

If you have urgent health or safety concerns related to research restart:

  • Notify your Supervisor

  • You can also notify your Joint Health and Safety Contact

If you aren't sure who your JHS contact is, you can look them up on the EHS website.

You can also reach out to

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